The Zebrafish Neural Circuits and Behavior Laboratory investigates the neural circuits in the brain and spinal cord that control locomotion by studying larval zebrafish. Due to the transparency of these fish, neurons can be marked and observed while performing motor actions, providing a greater understanding of the specific circuits that are essential for performing motor actions and how those circuits interact.
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